Large, deciduous shade tree, native to Texas, with an irregular growth form and notable Pecan nuts. Considered a messy tree and not a great tree around patios and pools due to the droppings of leaves, tassles and Pecans which can often stain. Only recommended to be planted in large area away from houses.
Pros: Large, shade tree, Pecans
Cons: Messy, pecans, staining droppings
Size: 80-90' height, 80-90' spread
Bloom Color: None
Fall Color: Yellow
Water Needs: Low-Normal
Similar Plants: Elm tree